Women business owners gathered in Grand Island on April 12 for a Women Entrepreneur Conference hosted by the Women’s Business Center and the Nebraska District Office of the Small Business Administration.
Women business owners were inspired and encouraged by the speakers, panelists, and the networking opportunity.
The Women’s Business Center continues with training opportunities across Nebraska.
This spring, courses and workshops included Business Plan Basics in Auburn, Online Marketing Strategies in O’Neill, Facebook for Business in Sidney, and QuickBooks trainings in northeast Nebraska and the panhandle. In addition, the Women’s Business Center piloted “Primed for Growth – A Financial Education Program for Women Entrepreneurs” in Nebraska City.
Check out www.cfra.org/reap/events for a session near you.
Feature picture: Women learn about each other during a networking activity at the fourth annual Women Entrepreneur Conference in Grand Island on April 12. | Photo by Emilee Pease
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